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. >> we have had tributes and messages of congratulations from president obama as well. we hear joe biden is going to be going to the inauguration ceremony for pope benedict. what are american catholics looking for from an argentinian increase -- priest? what does he do to non-hispanics middle-class catholics to convince them he is the right person to get them back to church. >> we think of them as criticizing on a number of issues. >> a lot of them are not in line with what american catholics will be thinking. >> i was going to say a lot of them are liberal. they want to change and very priest said. -- marry priests. half of them want the tradition to be maintained to keep up the traditions of the church. american catholics are as split as anyone else, but i think the sex abuse crisis has been huge. i was just in the los angeles archdiocese talking to nuns working with the church. they say the men in charge of the church are out of touch. they cannot restore trust. they need to go back to the mission of the church, which is to serve the port. i think this is a savvy move. this person rep
years. pope francis the pope will be installed formally on tuesday. vice president joe biden will lead the historic delegation. we get more now from michael sean winters of the national catholic reporter. the first obvious question is, who is he? >> some of us are all scrambling. i think he was a surprise choice in part because of his age. what we've learned is he's a very simple and humble man who, when he became the archbishop of buenos aires chose not to live in in big mansion but got a small apartment. he takes public transportation and did away with the limousine. he's obviously conservative and i think you'll see none of the candidates were what we in america would consider doctrinal liberals. most importantly he's from latin america and for the last 50 years the issue the latin american bishops have been dealing with is what is the preferential option for the poor mean and trying to wrestle with that on theologically but also practically. is it going to be just words or is it really going to galvanize the church to care for the poor. >> pelley: was it also important the pope com
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